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Wagon Theory

Discussion in 'Carriage & Wagon M.I.C.' started by Brian Cunningham, Nov 3, 2019.

  1. Brian Cunningham

    Brian Cunningham New Member

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    Does anyone have a manual on the above ?
     
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    I think you're going to have to be a bit more specific :)
     
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    A book that maybe BR apprentices might have been given. For example gedge slots, wheel profiles etc.
     
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    Many many years ago some friends and I were present at a talk by someone from BR's research deparment at Derby, who at that time were doing some very significant work on the dynamics of rail vehicles. The one fact that we reminded each other about ever afterwards was that a 4-wheel wagon has seventeen degrees of freedom. Just think about how that extrapolates to a coach with two 4-wheel bogies.
     
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    If you can find a copy, I believe this covers a lot of wagon stuff.
    Screenshot 2019-11-04 at 09.39.56.png
     
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    Have a look at barrowmoremrg.co.uk. Website . I’m struggling to post a direct link on my phone but you’ll find this document and a lot more useful information on this site.
     
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    This is probably the link that Steve meant
    http://www.barrowmoremrg.co.uk/Prototype.html
     
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    There is some stuff you can easily find online e.g. try searching "dynamics of railway freight vehicles" or "wheel rail interface". Depends what you want I guess.
     
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    Thanks for the feedback guys.
     

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